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on the face of it, that the news of the world was sacrificed in order to try and protect rebekah brooks' position at news international >> i advocated at the time that this was a step we should take. this was a paper and a title that had fundamentally violated the trust of its readers, and it's something that was a matter of great regret, real gravity, but under the circumstances, and with respect to the bad things that certain of the things that happened at the "american's "nee world" some years ago, it was the right choice for the paper to cease publication. it is important to note and i want to be clear with the committee on this. that the company is doing everything it can to make sure that journalists and staff at the "news of the world" who had nothing to do with any of these issues, who are completely blameless in any of these things, and many are, you know, really have done tremendous work journalistically, that we find reemployment for them anywhere we k. the company is being as generous as we can under the circumstances. the company is being as thoughtful and compassionate for
: for more on this possibility peter brooks joins us, a senior fellow for national security aeu nares at the heritage foundation. if they try it, peter how do we stop it? >> it's very difficult to detect something once it's been put in the body. about the best we can do i think is that there might be some sort of residue on their hands, or somewhere on their body that would allow a sniffing dog to detect it. once again it is very difficult. we do look for these sort of things with drug runners. they sometimes put things in the body cavity and try to move them through security checkpoints so there is certain ways that security personnel can look and try to look at individuals and see how they are acting, or what they are doing. but it's going to be very difficult, it's the newest innovation. they've tried underwear bombing at least twice, once over detroit in the airliner. they also tried to assassinate jon, the -p counterterrorism chief in saudi arabia in 2009 with an underwear bomb. it turns out it was actually an underwear bomber. it was tested once before it actually was used on an
brookes head of rupert murdoch's empire was arrested friday but released on bail after nine hours of questioning. >> the position of rebecca brooks can be simply stated, she is not guilty of any criminal offense. the position of the metropolitan police is lessees i to understand. despite arresting her yesterday and conducting an interview process, lasting nine hours, they put no allegations to her and showed her no documents connecting her with any crime. they will in due course have to give an account of their actions, and in particular their decision to arrest her with the enormous reputational damage that this has involved. >> reporter: jenna, there had been some question as to whether or not brookes after this arrest would be able to testify before a parliamentary committee tomorrow. that has all been cleared now. she is out on bail. she will be testifying before that committee tomorrow. as will rupert murdoch and his son james, here in london in the afternoon. that is latest from here, back to you, jenna. jenna: we'll continue to watch the developments, amy thank you very muc
is that rupert murdoch and his son james along with their european deputy, rebecca brooks, are going to answer questions at this parliamentary select committee hearing next tuesday. now initially when they have been asked to turn up next tuesday, both rupert murdoch and james have said no, they were unable to make it this coming tuesday. that they would cooperate at a later date. brooks agreed initially to go. but then a more official summons was sent to the murdoches. they decided they will in fact cooperate fully, show up at this meeting on tuesday. they're in the process of drafting their replies as we speak. this is a committee brooks did testify before in 2003. obviously that initial investigation wasn't thoroughly done. it's been determined that they will all be answering questions of course regarding phone-hacking and payments to police for information at the "news of the world", the sunday tabloid owned by rupert murdoch and news corporation, its european branch news international, that was shut down last sunday amidst all of this scandal. back to you, jon. jon: amy kellogg live from l
it with peter brooks, he's a former cia officer and heritage fellow, a graduate of the naval academy. peter, so many strange aspects to this case. we can say, you know, great, investigators put the pieces together, and thank god for that alert clerk at the gun shop who noticed this guy acting oddly and turned him in, and yet, you know, absent one of those connections in the chain this could have been a terrible event all over again. >> yeah, i mean clearly, jon, he was a l orbs ne wolf. they are not necessarily associating with other khrab ra tores. if it hadn't been for this vigilant alert citizen reporting to the police we might have had a terrible tragedy. the other thing that really bothers me about this is the association with al-qaida in the arabian pennsylvania. we will learn a lot more about this case in the coming days, but it appears that this potential terrorist had in his possession an article from an online magazine put out by al-qaida in the arabian pennsylvania, which is probably the most active, the most dangerous affiliate of al-qaida today. it basically told him how to make a
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brooks, who is news international's chief executive, have been asked to appear before a parliamentary committee to answer questions. newscorp has vowed to cooperate in this case but it's not clear who if any of that trio are going to actually sit and take those questions next week. back to you. patti ann: amy kellogg, live in london, thank you. jon: earlier, harris told you about this controversial ad campaign, it claims milk can cure pms. surprisingly it is not targeted to men but -- to women but to men who have to deal with the symptoms. harris is monitoring the results. >> >> reporter: i am. it is the battle over moo juice and this is a take over the stereotype that women for several days a month become irrational, crazed, given victim to premenstrual symptom and there is scientific proof that a diet high in car sum content is good at releaving and preventing pms symptoms. even so, the funny ad campaign is rubbing some people the wrong way, so we ask you, what do you think? are they funny? 61 percent of you say they're just plain funny, 19 percent, almost 20 percent, say they were
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